extracts are in vogue for over a century to cure human complications. Crude
methanolic leaves extracts of competent herb Trigonella foenum-graecum were assessed for antibacterial,
antifungal, free radical scavenging, hemagglutination and phytotoxic bioassay.
Antibacterial bioassay was conducted via well diffusion protocol. And from the
resulted zone of inhibition it was evinced that crude leaves extract possessed
good activity against E.coli
(47%) P. mirabilis (52%), B. cereus (60%)and P. aeruginosa (78%).
Less antifungal aptitude against T. harizanum
(30%) was validated. Rest of bacterial and fungal species was resistant. Less
to moderate free radical scavenging capacity was demonstrated. Phytotoxic
potentials at highest concentration was estimated i.e. 1000µg/ml (38%),
manifesting moderate activity. No hemagglutination capacity was evidenced.
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